http://cs5launch.adobe.com/ has been changed since I looked a couple days ago... and now nothing works
There used to be a scrolling row of sneek peek video links
Now, each subject area (there are 4) has a box to click... except clicking does nothing at all
If anyone here knows who is working on that web page... they uploaded a new page without working links
I think the change might have been intentional to let folks know what to expect on Monday as far as speakers and topics... and they aren't clickable yet because it's a future schedule...
As far as the preview videos for various products and sneaks, I believe they are all still available and moved to "The CS Buzz Hub" http://bit.ly/CSbuzz Looks like they are up to two dozen videos there now.
UPDATE - I just received this in my email so I think what I said about the two sites (Buzz and Launch) is correct:
I did check, and it is intentional. Those will be available on Monday.
Yes, you make a good point.
I figured out the separation/clarification between what's buzzing now and what's formally coming Monday, but certainly it wouldn't hurt if Adobe put a link to the Buzz/videos site on the Launch page, sort of a change-of-address forwarding link if you like.
I went to the buzz page and the video I wanted is not there
I wrote a very simple web store for my wife, and she told me she saw a video on the "old" launch page about ecommerce improvements in Dreamweaver CS5 - specifically "something" (she can't remember details) about CS5 and shopping carts
Oh well... CS5 will be out soon, and I'm going to buy the Master Collection anyway... so I guess I'll just wait and see what is available inside the various parts, beginning next week
Once CS5 has been out long enough for the publishers to start issuing books, I'll do some browsing at Amazon to find out what the Dreamweaver experts have to say about CS5
Guess we'll have to be patient children, and see what 'Santa" brings us tomorrow.
I did see that Dennis posted to the PrPro forum, but have not read his missive yet. It's the one with "NAB" in the title.
Since this comes at "tax time" for me, I am not as anxious as many, being that I need to build a new workstation first.
Good luck with finding the info that you need.
John T Smith wrote:Once CS5 has been out long enough for the publishers to start issuing books...
I think you'll find they are mostly already written and waiting for the final lick of paint before they go out of the door.